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Poster: Tyler Date: Jun 21, 2007 10:36pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: No deriv, please help!

Hi Sean,

as a general rule, when mp3's aren't made and you have told them to be made (by not 'opting out' of the mp3 box) you have a problem somewhere on the line. The auto-e-mail that tells you what is wrong usually is pretty explicit.

In this case, you have a few issues.

1. in your MD5:

syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09.ffp.txt
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t01.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t02.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t03.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t04.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t05.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t06.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t07.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t08.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t09.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t10.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t11.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t12.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t13.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t01.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t02.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t03.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t04.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t05.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t06.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t07.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t08.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t09.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t10.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t11.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t12.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d2t13.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d3t01.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d3t02.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d3t03.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t01.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t02.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t03.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t04.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t05.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t06.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t07.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t08.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t09.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t10.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t11.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d4t12.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t01.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t02.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t03.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t04.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t05.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t06.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t07.flac
syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d5t08.flac

you list the setlist .txt file. Our UNIX check systems don't like it when a .txt file is included in the md5. edit the md5 to have JUST music files and you'll be right as rain.

2. Your md5 tells the system to look for a file that has this path:

syb2007-06-09.flac16/syb2007-06-09d1t01.flac

but on your path folder structure you put up, you made the folder / path end up like this:

http://www.archive.org/download/syb2007-06-09.flac/syb2007-06-09d1t01.flac

Meaning that when you went to import / upload the show, the 'top level' folder you named 'syb2007-06-09.flac' but the md5 is instead looking for a folder named 'syb2007-06-09.flac16' (This is the correct file naming procedure, btw). The extra '16' on the end there makes it fail on every track.

so, what do you do now? Edit the md5 on your hard drive to make the path match where it should go OR just edit the top level folder name to match the MD5 after 'checking out' the show from the link in the e-mail. remove the .txt file line in the md5, save everything, make sure the most up to date version of stuff is up and current, and then 'checkin' the show (www.archive.org/checkin/SHOWID) and then post here and we will 're-run' the derive command. You can probably do it yourself as well if you go to the item manager and click 'derive' (it looks like you tried this a few times already).

when it is good to go, the mp3's will show up and all will be well in the world!

tyler
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